A Competitive Business Ethics Simulation Game

What is Deepwater?

Deepwater is a competitive business ethics simulation game inspired by the blowout of BP's Deepwater Horizon oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico.

It is a unique experiential learning exercise in business ethics for undergraduates and graduate students.

Deepwater is a dedicated business ethics simulation, not a repurposed marketing or strategy simulation. Ethics is built in, not bolted on.

Colleges, universities, and companies use Deepwater to teach business ethics and develop responsible leaders.

Who Uses Deepwater?

Deepwater has benefited students at many institutions. Among these are:

Belhaven University
Tulsa Community College
Bethel College (Kansas)
University of Houston
Bennett College
University of Kentucky
Briar Cliff University
University of Leeds
Dartmouth College
University of Minnesota Duluth
Drexel University
University of Nebraska, Omaha
Lucerne University of Applied Sciences & Arts
University of Northern Colorado
McKendree University
University of Puerto Rico
Northwestern Oklahoma State University
University of Texas, Austin
Queens University of Charlotte
University of Texas, Dallas
SolBridge International School of Business
University of West Georgia
Texas Christian University
Virginia Tech
Thompson Rivers University
Yorkville University